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Topics: Americans Now, CCTV News, CNTV
PRI's The World
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PRI's The World
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Topics: RTHK, radio3, Hong Kong Today
PRI's The World
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PRI's The World
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Angry Joe Show
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The Archive Team Just In Time Grabs
by kotaku.com
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This is a panic download of kotaku.com sitemap-2012-09-19 as of 2016-08-24.
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This paper reviewed the development of early childhood education (ECE) in Saudi Arabia and its strengths and weaknesses. The paper discusses the contextual background of Saudi Arabia, including its geography, demographics, social system, economy, political system and religion. In addition, the paper investigated the education system at large in Saudi Arabia, including its development, objectives, enrollment and challenges.
Topics: ERIC Archive, Foreign Countries, Early Childhood Education, Educational History, Geography, Social...
The Rush Limbaugh Radio Show
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Michael Savage: The Savage Nation
by Michael Savage
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Topics: Michael Savage, The Savage Nation, WCB, With commercial breaks, recorded
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by kotaku.com
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This is a panic download of kotaku.com sitemap-2015-04 as of 2016-06-12.
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As a group, English Language Learners (ELLs) are diverse and come from a variety of home languages, cultures, educational backgrounds, and educational needs. This brief focuses on descriptive characteristics of the ELL students served by the School District of Philadelphia in 2014-2015. Specifically, this brief highlights the diversity of the ELL population in three key characteristics that impact schools' resource needs and program decisions: ELL population concentration, linguistic diversity,...
Topics: ERIC Archive, English Language Learners, Student Characteristics, School Districts, Demography,...
The present study aimed at investigating the effect of the flipped classroom model on Egyptian EFL students' listening comprehension. A one-group pre-posttest design was adopted. Thirty-four 3rd-year EFL students at the Faculty of Education, Suez University, were pretested on listening comprehension before the experiment and then posttested after it. Using the flipped classroom model went through three successive stages: planning (where content was prepared and participants were oriented to the...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Foreign Countries, English (Second Language), Second Language Learning, Second...
The purpose of the study is to reveal the elementary mathematics student teachers' difficulties encountered in the solution of a modelling problem, the strategies to overcome those difficulties and whether the strategies worked or not. Nineteen student teachers solved the modelling problem in their four or five-person groups, and the video records of their solution processes and their solution papers were examined. They had difficulties in simplifying, mathematizing, interpreting and validating...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Elementary School Mathematics, Preservice Teacher Education, Preservice Teachers,...
This paper aims to explore how language instructors teach with a synchronous multimodal setup (Skype). It reports on findings from research which evaluated how teachers use technologies to enable them to work in distance learning contexts. A total of 124 teachers (86 female and 38 male), offering online private lessons, were asked to complete a survey in which they were asked to describe the advantages and disadvantages of Skype, as well as to enumerate functions they consider are missing in...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Foreign Countries, Second Language Instruction, English (Second Language), German,...
The purpose of the study was to determine if offering a virtual clinical-based practice would affect teacher candidates' level of confidence in teaching diverse students. During 2012-2014, data were collected using a pre- and post-Likert scale questionnaire. A paired two sample t-test was utilized to determine if there was a significant difference in mean scores from the pre- to the post-questionnaire. Increases were found in all questionnaire items with five of the items showing a significant...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Self Esteem, Preservice Teachers, Student Diversity, Pretests Posttests, Likert...
Speech and language disorders impede young children's abilities to communicate and are often associated with a number of behavioural problems arising in the preschool classroom. This paper reports a small-scale study that investigated 23 Australian educators' and 7 Speech Pathologists' experiences in working with three to five year old children with speech and language disorders. The participants responded to a questionnaire relating to the types of SaLD; social and emotional challenges...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Speech Language Pathology, Speech Impairments, Language Impairments, Models,...
School attendance is a robust predictor of course performance, and it is consistently the strongest predictor of high school dropout, even more so than suspensions and test scores. Focusing on getting students to school is an essential part of decreasing high school dropout rates. What is concerning is that up to 20% of students miss essentially a month or more of schooling in a year. Recent work suggests that guardians are unaware of how their student's attendance compares to that of their...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Parent Attitudes, Attendance, Dropout Rate, Parent School Relationship, Educational...
Federal spending dedicated to children represents just 7.83 percent of the federal budget in fiscal year 2016, and total spending on children's programs has decreased by five percent in the last two years, according to "Children's Budget 2016." The federal government makes more than 200 distinct investments in children. These include traditional children's initiatives like education and child abuse and neglect prevention. They also include other investments that improve the lives of...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Budgets, Federal Aid, Federal Government, Federal Legislation, Child Welfare, Early...
The implementation of school-wide positive behavioral interventions and supports (SWPBIS) has been shown to reduce behavioral incidents and lead to more positive school climates. Despite the growing popularity in schools, there lacks clear understanding of the school counselor role in this approach. We present the perspectives of an elementary school counselor and middle school counselor engaged in starting SWPBIS programs. This position paper is focused on how the alignment of school...
Topics: ERIC Archive, School Counselors, School Counseling, Capacity Building, Counselor Training, Positive...
This article investigates the impact of research findings on the representation of proportional reasoning in two commonly used Swedish mathematics textbook series for grades 7-9. A research-based framework that identifies five learning goals for understanding of proportional reasoning was used to analyse the textbooks. The results brought to surface a gap between research findings of important issues to address and the actual design of mathematics textbooks. Both textbook series make use of an...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Mathematics, Textbooks, Foreign Countries, Grade 7, Grade 8, Grade 9, Mathematical...
The transformation of the developmental process from animal rationale, through homo communicans into the (un)aware homo symbolicum and the man receiving and distributing media information today, available through multimedia tools in his everyday life, encourages thought on the contemporary man, as well as the purpose, point and sense in contemporary education. The fact is that an individual's life today cannot function deprived of virtual communication. It is possible to state that the world of...
Topics: ERIC Archive, News Media, Subcultures, Values, Schematic Studies, Role of Education, Culturally...
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Topics: Coast to Coast AM, Art Bell, George Noory
Tokyo FM "Dream Heart"
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今夜、お迎えしたお客様は、リオデジャネイロオリンピックで、カヌースラローム男子カナディアンシングルで、銅メダルを獲得した、羽根田卓也さんです。
Topics: Tokyo FM, Tokyo FM Dream Heart, 東ちづる, 聖教新聞, Dream, Heart, ドリームハート,...
The Archive Team Just In Time Grabs
by www.abc.net.au
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This is a panic download of www.abc.net.au news-2003-10-18-pages as of 2016-10-27.
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The Archive Team Just In Time Grabs
by www.telegraph.co.uk
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The nation has made an unprecedented investment in community colleges to simultaneously increase college completion and stimulate economic recovery. One of the most substantial investments was the Trade Adjustment Act Community College and Career Training (TAACCCT) program of the United States Department of Labor (U.S.DOL). Beginning October 2011, the TAACCCT program was intended to support the efforts of community colleges to develop training programs and build their capacity to innovate...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Capacity Building, Student Personnel Services, Community Colleges, Two Year College...
Heritage language education is distinct from the field of second language acquisition due to having the concept of identity always at its core (Leeman, Rabin, & Roman-Mendoza, 2012). This paper draws on this concept and presents an action research study focusing on the teaching and learning of Greek as a heritage language in the context of Supplementary Education in the UK. The main aim of the study is to support young learners in gaining an understanding of how language is intertwined with...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Native Language Instruction, Inquiry, Active Learning, Computer Assisted Instruction,...
The research aims at global analysis of language politics in the Republic of Kazakhstan. Using comparative historical method and method of actualization, the authors examine achievements and shortcomings of the language politics of the Soviet state in order to understand the modern language situation in the Republic. The results show that one of the problems arising in the process of language politics implementation is descent of government control in approved legislative acts fulfillment and...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Politics, Language Planning, Turkic Languages, Foreign Countries, Financial Support,...
The purpose of this study is to analyze the effect of an education-themed movie on the academic motivation of teacher candidates and their attitude towards teaching profession. The study was carried out in the fall term in 2014-2015 academic year with the participation of 89 teacher candidates (53 in experimental group and 36 for control group). In the study, quasi-experimental design with pre-test/post-test control group was used. "Academic Motivation Scale" and "Attitude Scale...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Foreign Countries, Preservice Teachers, Student Teacher Attitudes, Teacher...
Toronto, Canada, is emblematic of a new stratum of global cities. Unlike many world capitals, the city has gained stature only over the past half century, having successfully post-industrialized into a new economy and become a major world centre for immigration. Paradoxically, education has emerged as both a major driver of change and a divider of social well-being in the city. To interpret this paradox, we discuss: (1) how Toronto is a node in a global education policy network, particularly as...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Foreign Countries, Cultural Pluralism, Global Approach, School Choice, Educational...
This study aims at analyzing assessment questions included in an Arabic language textbook (Communication Skills) for eight grade in the Jordanian schools according to the levels of knowledge in Bloom's Taxonomy to reveal the percentages of distributing of these questions against this taxonomy. In order to achieve the purposes of this study, the researcher designed the instrument of analysis which he applied to the 520 questions included in the textbook for both first and second semesters. Data...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Communication Skills, Grade 8, Taxonomy, Knowledge Level, Semitic Languages, Textbook...
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by www.abc.net.au
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This is a panic download of www.abc.net.au news-2010-12-25-pages as of 2016-10-30.
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Only six states in India currently identify learning disabilities as a category of disability. This article highlights the challenges students with math learning disabilities face in their transition from secondary school to higher secondary education and Bachelor of Commerce degree programs in the state of Maharashtra. While the current educational policy aims to help students with learning disabilities participate in the general education curriculum and pass the 10th standard secondary exam,...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Mathematics Anxiety, Learning Disabilities, Mathematics Instruction, Postsecondary...
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Linguistically speaking, the concept of humor, which seems to be vast for people, has specific dimensions by which it is generated including: puns, irony, sarcasm, wittiness, and contrastive utterances in relation to the speakers of those utterances. It is about how the extra linguistics elements dominate the situation and the delivery of humor. The researchers of the present paper intend to show how the selected literary extract can be subjected to a linguistic pragmatic analysis and then be...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Pragmatics, Humor, Language Usage, Qualitative Research, Figurative Language,...
Acknowledging that the external context visibly affects any organization, this investigation seeks to constitute a specific contribution to the study of the importance of public image in organizational administration. To that end, a collection and documentary analysis of news stories from the newspaper "O Fayalense on the Asylum for the Disadvantaged Children of Horta" ["Asilo de Infância Desvalida da Horta"], an institution located on Faial Island, Azores, Portugal,...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Sociology, Organizational Communication, Public Opinion, Educational Administration,...
The "FOCUS: Essential Elements of Quality, New Mexico's Tiered Quality Rating and Improvement System (TQRIS)," provides early childhood program personnel with the criteria, tools, and resources they need to improve the quality of their program. These quality improvements focus on children's growth, development, and learning--so that each child has an equitable opportunity to be successful when they enter school. This document contains the "FOCUS: Essential Elements of...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Preschool Education, Educational Quality, State Aid, Educational Improvement, Child...
It is preferable for business professionals to develop web applications which must be modified frequently based on their needs. A website for matching is a typical example because various matching websites for C2C (Consumer to Consumer) have recently been opened in relation to the "sharing economy". In our case studies on end-user development, web applications are developed using domain-specific application frameworks. Applicability of these domain-specific application frameworks has...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Foreign Countries, Computer Oriented Programs, Computer Interfaces, Information...
Policies play a critical role in the implementation of open, distance education and opening up higher education. To encourage participation of different stakeholders in related practices, policies may need to embody values and benefits for those stakeholders. It is in this perspective that this study was conducted to investigate the policy environment for opening up public higher education in Rwanda. An interview was conducted with a leader/policy maker at the University of Rwanda and three...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Foreign Countries, Educational Policy, Policy Analysis, Access to Education,...
Considers the lines of development for ethnic-national values as the driving force of the Kazakh nation's multiethnic society, characterizes ethnic and national value orientations inherent in the representatives of the Kazakh nation based on a comparison of value orientations of Kazakh living in Kazakhstan and abroad, determines the dominating value orientations that are the basis for the identification of the representatives of the Kazakh nation. The research determines the content, character,...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Immigrants, Ethnic Groups, Values, Foreign Countries, Personality Traits, Cultural...
Currently, few studies have addressed public opinions regarding math education. The current study surveyed adults in a Midwestern town in the United States to assess opinions regarding math and math education. Overall, we found that adults believe that math is useful and that math education is important. We found that parents who currently have a child in elementary school believed that math should be taught at an earlier age and were more supportive of parents being responsible for math...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Adults, Attitude Measures, Mathematics Education, Parent Attitudes, Public Opinion,...
Infographics are one of the new educational environments used to provide information to their readers in a visual way. Infographics are designed to provide information to their readers using various visuals such as texts, pictures, drawings, diagrams, graphs, etc. The use of infographics becomes increasingly widespread both in advertising activities of commercial organizations and educational environments. In this study, the views of those, who used infographics for educational purposes,...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Visual Aids, Instructional Materials, Student Attitudes, College Students,...
The competition that exists today in the labour market has significantly raised the value of knowledge, skills and experience of staff. This particular importance for the modern professional acquire fluency in its modern information technology and the ability to continuously improve the skills. The actual trend is also for university teachers. Getting new knowledge and skills practically useful and applicable in daily teaching activities, in the era of information society significantly expands...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Electronic Learning, Higher Education, Program Development, Program Implementation,...
During and after the Financial Crisis of 2008, many institutions of higher learning have had revenue and budgetary reductions, forcing them to make severe university budget cuts and university reductions in force. Often the university cuts are preceded by a process of evaluation of academic programs where institutions determine what they stand for and value. One option, when forced to downsize, is to use a business model, such as Sullivan (2004) explains, where high-value, low-cost programs are...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Budgets, Retrenchment, Universities, Costs, Business, Models, Social Values, Liberal...
Instructional coaching is a reality in many schools today, yet administrators often lack experience or background on how to utilize this professional development model effectively. Instructional coaching can help administrators balance the managerial and instructional leadership responsibilities required of their role. As districts adopt the practice as a part of their professional development model, administrators require a clear understanding of the opportunities and factors associated with...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Coaching (Performance), Elementary Secondary Education, Administrators, Partnerships...
RadioNZ Morning Report
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RadioNZ Morning Report
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RadioNZ Morning Report
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Recent federal initiatives such as School Improvement Grants and Elementary and Secondary Education Act flexibility emphasize the role of state education agencies in improving chronically low-performing schools. But state policies limit what actions state education agencies can take. As state education leaders and policymakers consider how best to intervene to improve these schools, they may wish to learn about the policies in other states. This report summarizes current policies in all 50...
Topics: ERIC Archive, State Policy, Low Achievement, Intervention, Educational Improvement, Planning,...
This study focused on college students' development of conceptual knowledge in geographic information system (GIS). The aim of this study was to examine if and how students developed their conceptual knowledge during their enrollment in an introductory-level GIS course. Twelve undergraduate students constructed 36 concept maps and revised 24 concept maps in three sessions. The author scored those 60 concept maps in two different ways. The first method measured the degree to which concept maps...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Concept Mapping, Undergraduate Students, Geography Instruction, Spatial Ability,...
There are a variety of factors that affect learning and teaching in educational contexts. Among these factors, teachers play an important role in student learning. Teachers not only deliver materials to learners but also guide learners in their learning experiences. While doing this, teachers allow learners to notice the progress they have been making and motivate them to further improve their skills. Teachers also benefit from the tools technology provides to them, such as screencasting. A...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Computer Uses in Education, Audiovisual Aids, Narration, Computer Mediated...
RadioNZ Morning Report
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Science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) has captured the attention of state policymakers who are concerned about equitable access to high-quality educational experiences and preparing and inspiring students to pursue STEM careers. Yet in many states, STEM policymaking efforts have not achieved their intended return on investment because programs are missing one or more of three essential elements: (1) Statewide coordination or consolidation within a single statewide entity; (2)...
Topics: ERIC Archive, STEM Education, Case Studies, State Legislation, State Policy, Educational...
Researchers, policymakers, and educators have long recognized the role of parents in shaping student achievement. A large body of observational studies documents the strong relationship between family background and educational outcomes, but to date there have been very few experimental studies in this area. In this study, the authors offer a parent academy targeted to parents of elementary school children in the UK. In addition to investigating the impact of the program, their research...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Foreign Countries, Parent Participation, Parent Education, Program Effectiveness,...
A key strategy of the Kentucky Department of Education's and Council on Postsecondary Education's College and Career Readiness Delivery plan is to provide opportunities for high school students to earn college credit. Districts across Kentucky are implementing dual credit programs, but there is little sharing of information about the implementation of these programs. REL Appalachia researchers identified six districts in consultation with Kentucky College and Career Readiness Alliance...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Dual Enrollment, College School Cooperation, High School Students, College Credits,...
The following outlines the rationale and structure of a professional learning initiative that seeks to explore teachers' ways of engaging students more actively in building mathematical connections for themselves. An example of one of the suggested experiences is presented.
Topics: ERIC Archive, Mathematics Instruction, Educational Innovation, Foreign Countries, Sequential...
The number of people attempting and passing the GED has plummeted. The Ohio economy is tough on low-wage workers with limited formal education. Without a high school diploma, it is virtually impossible to get a family-supporting job. But the GED has become a barricade, blocking Ohio workers from career goals, instead of a launching pad. Employers are missing out on 22,000 potential hires who are blocked from economic mobility. This executive summary highlights the recommendations set forth in...
Topics: ERIC Archive, High School Equivalency Programs, Barriers, Equal Opportunities (Jobs), Evaluation...
Pedagogical content knowledge is widely considered an essential and complex facet of mathematics teacher knowledge, but little research has focused on PCK at the senior secondary level. This study explores some of the complexities of PCK in a teacher's lesson for senior secondary students by analysing data from lesson observation, the teacher's own commentary on the lesson, and students' perceptions of the teacher's knowledge and actions. Findings suggest that classroom norms relating to the...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Pedagogical Content Knowledge, Secondary School Teachers, Mathematics Instruction,...
International female graduate students have to negotiate multiple aspects of their identities as non-native learners and women in a society with different gender norms than their home countries. However, their experiences have not been well researched within the scholarship on international students. In this study, using the phenomenological approach, we explored the phenomenon of being an international female graduate student in the U.S. The seven participants are diverse in terms of countries...
Topics: ERIC Archive, Foreign Students, Females, Educational Experience, Self Concept, Graduate Students,...
The Laura Ingraham Show
by Laura Ingraham
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The Laura Ingraham Show
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RadioNZ Nine to Noon
by Radio New Zealand
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RadioNZ Nine to Noon
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by io9.gizmodo.com
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This is a panic download of io9.gizmodo.com sitemap-2009-11-20 as of 2016-08-29.
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Wallbuilders - LIVE
by David Barton
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Summary: David and Rick answer listener questions about getting Christians involved in the elections, the Jewish influence on America, and how specific individuals of the Jewish faith helped found our nation.
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The Mancow Morning Show
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The Laura Ingraham Show
by Laura Ingraham
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The Sean Hannity Show
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The Laura Ingraham Show
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Wallbuilders - LIVE
by David Barton
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Summary: Hear the second section of Constitution Alive , an in-depth course on the original intent of the Constitution, recorded in the WallBuilders Library and Independence Hall. (part 4 of 4)
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Wallbuilders - LIVE
by David Barton
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Summary: Join us today for a special presentation of David and Rick’s Building on the American Heritage Series in which they discuss how the pastors helped shape our government.
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PRI: The Takeaway
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RadioNZ Nine to Noon
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RadioNZ Nine to Noon
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The Mancow Morning Show
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KPFA Podcasts
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KPFA Podcasts
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RadioNZ Nine to Noon
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The Sean Hannity Show
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Wallbuilders - LIVE
by David Barton
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Summary: Michael Reagan, the son of President Ronald Reagan, joins us to talk about his book Lessons My Father Taught Me .
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Wallbuilders - LIVE
by David Barton
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Summary: Today is day two of a three part series in which David Barton discusses limited government and the principles that make this nation great.
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PRI: The Takeaway
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RadioNZ Nine to Noon
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RadioNZ Nine to Noon
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The Mancow Morning Show
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The Mancow Morning Show
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PRI: The Takeaway
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Wallbuilders - LIVE
by David Barton
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Summary: David and Rick answer listener questions about the effectiveness of boycotts, why we have the dollar and should keep it, and what our role is in the world.
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The Sean Hannity Show
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The Sean Hannity Show
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Wallbuilders - LIVE
by David Barton
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Summary: David and Rick answer listener questions about the Supreme Court, the District Courts, and Congress’ role in the Federal Judiciary.
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